Like all of Ural’s motorcycles, it is powered by an air-cooled, 749cc, horizontally opposed two-cylinder four-stroke engine, with an overhead cam valve configuration and dual Keihin carburetors. The front suspension is a leading link fork; the rear is a twin-sided swing arm with a spring preload shock—and it’s worth noting that these machines are notorious for their stiff suspension. The Patrol may not give a driver or passenger a soft, plush ride, but the suspension is ideally suited to Forest Service tracks, and your camping gear will fit into the sidecar. The five-speed transmission works with a crossover drive shaft; two-wheel drive, which also transfers power to the sidecar’s wheel, can be manually engaged. A Brembo hydraulic disc provides stopping power in front; the rear brakes for both the motorcycle and the sidecar are drums. Since the Patrol has a top speed of about 60 miles an hour, the brakes, though limited, are generally adequate.